Cadiz


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an ancient port city in southwestern Spain

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Cadiz has provided no evidence of how it would deliver that water safely to the Colorado River Aqueduct, threatening the water supply for 19 million Californians.
Cadiz is a publicly-held renewable resources company that owns over 45,000 acres of property with significant water resources in Southern California.
Jose Antonio Aguilar Rivera apunta que el caracter fundamental de la Constitucion de Cadiz fue que constituia otro aspecto de "las revoluciones atlanticas" (pp.
Si es cierto, como afirma Ruiz Garcia, que la historia de los pontones prision de la bahia de Cadiz necesitaba una revision, tambien lo es que a los pontones de Cadiz solo se le dedica un capitulo del libro, lo que no es negativo --aunque en el titulo se destaque, sobre lo que podria deducirse, en funcion de dicho titulo, complementario--, puesto que la historia de los prisioneros franceses de 1808 ni empezo en la bahia de Cadiz ni termino alli.
Jesus will be supported by four renowned artists hailing from Cadiz.
El Auto de Fe de Logrono (Moratin) y Los Caprichos (Goya) en Cadiz, 1811-1812: ?
In addition to ongoing pre-construction activities, we are currently engaged in incorporating the recently acquired 96-mile idle natural gas pipeline extending from Cadiz to the Barstow area into our business plans and exploring optimal configurations for further Project development and environmental analysis of the Water Project's imported storage phase, or Phase 2.
Paul Hutchinson, head of Cadiz Collective Investments said: "The Cadiz Stable Fund adds a conservative alternative to our multi-asset class investment solutions and builds on our very successful institutional inflation plus 3% investment mandate.
El profesor Antonio Colomer Viadel con su trabajo <<Libertad y Constitucion en el crisol de Cadiz.
Al repasar los momentos historicos de consolidacion de la identidad europea, destaca la importancia de la Constitucion de Cadiz, cuna del constitucionalismo espanol, asentada sobre los principios de soberania nacional, justicia e igualdad.
7 November 2011 - South African financial services group Cadiz Holdings (JNB:CDZ) said on Monday it had finalised the ZAR150m (USD19m /EUR14m) disposal of 60% in its stock brokerage business Cadiz Securities to French lender BNP Paribas (EPA:BNP).
RESUMEN: Ni los intercambios realizados a traves de Jamaica, conquistada a Espana en 1655, ni los privilegios disfrutados por la Compania del Mar del Sur en virtud del Tratado del Asiento a partir de 1713 conllevaron la decadencia de la colonia mercantil britanica de Cadiz a finales del siglo XVII y comienzos del siglo XVIII.
A police spokesman said that the seven bulls roamed loose on the narrow streets of Cadiz in southern Spain for about 40 minutes before they were recaptured on a beach.
Bob Brame, general manager of Cadiz Hardware in Cadiz, Ky.